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in the gulf. we'll monitor that for you. bonnie snider is going to talk about that here in a minute. first, life is anything but back to normal for many, many people caught in the path of what was once hurricane and tropical storm irene. it's been five days since irene first made landfall, and flooding is still a big problem, all the way from north carolina up to vermont. president obama, we now know, will tour new jersey's flood region this coming sunday, and i want you to listen here as susan candiotti, she's there and gets her own tour. >> reporter: you're about to start school your senior year in high school coming up in just a week. >> yeah. >> reporter: what's going through your head? >> how am i going to prepare for school? my clothes, everything, stuck at home. i don't know how i'm going to get it. everything is closed to go shopping. the mall is down. i don't know where to go. >> reporter: all you have is a suitcase you were able to run out with? >> like five pants, five shirts, that's it, that's all i have, and school starts in one week. >> wow. >> reporter: is this the first tim
on a place, carol, called bonnie walid. that's one of the last bastions of support. the rebels are saying you got to surrender or they're going in. there are indications, carol, that suggest the rebels may go in sooner than the saturday date. >>> we'll see. egypt, the former president hosni mubarak. is he still being brought in on a stretcher in. >> he was wheeled in on a stretcher. the trial is happening. what happened a few moments ago, there were major clashes outside the courtroom between families of victims of the uprising back in february and they were throwing stones and they were trying to basically storm the police academy where this trial is being held and then they were pushed back by police with batons. it's a scene outside. you can see there that this is what it looks like right now. but hosni mubarak is facing the death penalty and charged with ordering killings of protesters during the uprising. >> let's talk about the american amman do knox. her appeal in italy resumes today. what do you expect to happen? >> everyone is kind of on their edge of their seats because what happene
of bonnie waleed, that's 100 miles from tripoli. we'll keep you posted. >>> another human foot has turned up on the shore of vancouver. it was found inside a running shoe along with a leg bone. that makes it 11 feet that have washed up in british washington, british columbia since 2007. it remains a mystery. let's talk about irene and the saturated northeast. nearly 2 million people from north carolina to maine still don't have electricity. flood advisories are in effect for parts of five states. in new jersey the flood passaic river is settling back into its banks and should be we low flood stage. officials in vermont say the worst is ore there. crews managed to patch up washed out roads and get supply swoos isolated towns. vermont is getting help from its neighbors. a black hawk brought over supplies and nooerm 100 members of the illinois national guard is helping too. they've sent over 8 of its helicopters. all of vermont's helicopters, where are they? they're in iraq. let's head to the weather center, rob marciano. that's good news. the rivers are returning to their banks and things are
like bonnie riddick of lodi, new jersey returned to their homes to find a daunting clean-up ahead of them. >> this is my second flood in five years. i'm getting the hell out of here. so, my whole apartment i can't get back in for like a month, two months, until we gut all the walls, do all the electrical work again. so annoying. >> brown: power outages and flooding also meant that summer vacation will last a few days longer for schools across new england. a number of districts delayed the start of the new school year, which had been set for this week. >> we've got to ensure that we can get them here safely, that we have food products that haven't been perished or compromised by having no power in the school, and that we can get our staff in as well. >> brown: in all, some two million homes and businesses are still in the dark, from new england on down to north carolina. and, as the states continued to tally the damage from irene, president obama declared major disasters in new york and north carolina. he also planned to visit paterson, new jersey on sunday, to view the damage ther
that you physically endanger another person's life. i mean, you don't have to be bonnie and clyde to be a bank robber, and you don't have to be al qaeda to be a terrorist. >> i don't think these people are terrorists. i think the people and the agencies and the industry that they're fighting are the true terrorists. when you've got big timber companies coming into the northwest, clear-cutting old- growth forest; big oil companies with their big oil spills that cost billions and billions and billions of dollars-- you don't see the fbi raiding these executives' homes or anything like that. they aren't being threatened with life in prison. all they really do is just pay a fine and move on to the next court. >> the old adage that, you know, one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter is true. you know, if you agree with their motives, "wow, they're a hero. they're not a terrorist at all." if you disagree with their motives, then they're a terrorist. that's tough, okay? that's why its a whole lot cleaner to deal with crimes. crimes, non-crimes. okay, im good with that. i can d
for the gridlock, carol? >> some of them do. how can president obama end the partisan bickering? this from bonnie? he could stop behaving like a child. this from christina. bipartisan ship is a farce. unfortunately the president keeps giving in to the gop, and has gone way beyond extending the hand of bipartisanship, and they have been aiming for the jugular since the beginning. this is from courtney, obama should dissolve the senate and the house and declare himself the emperor like the emperor in "star wars." >> we like our democracy. we don't want an emperor. thank you, carol. >> sure. >> you told us what you wanted to see. your choose the news story just moments away. [ tires squeal ] an accident doesn't have to slow you down. with better car replacement, available only from liberty mutual insurance, if your car's totaled, we give you the money to buy a car that's one model-year newer with 15,000 fewer miles on it. there's no other auto insurance product like it. better car replacement, available only from liberty mutual. it's a better policy that gets you a better car. call... or visit one o
for the city. >> let's go straight to bonnie schneider. explain what we are seeing. >> right now what we are watch suggest say lot of heavy rains sweeping across the area as well as coastal sections of alabama. the rain is the beginning. we are watching for strong wind as well. even though it hasn't formed to a system, it's an area of disturbed weather we are watching closely. let's take a look at it on the satellite. as you forward from the mayor, it's a slow mover. the national hurricane center has not named the storm. they were looking for the closed circulation. if they find that and the tropical storm force wins of 39 miles per hour or greater, it will be tropical storm lee. that may occur tonight. we not only have the threat for strong wind and flooding, but the computer models have been all over the place and looping back into the gulf and back onshore again it has to do with the steering. they are so light, there is no influence to push the storm. it is so beneficial if they were pushing towards texas, but the consensus seems more of a northward flow. the biggest threat is the sl
the answers to all your buzz-worthy questions. bonnie fuller is editor in chief of "hollywood life.com" and edie is from gossip chief. the real housewives of beverly hills, we've been waiting to hear about this after the suicide of one of the husbands. tell us what happened. >> listen, tough situation. a terrible situation. but tough for the producers to handle. i think they handled it pretty well. this had an introduction where they had all the housewives minus taylor armstrong, whose husband committed suicide. they genuinely were grief-stricken, none of them had any idea he was this suppressed. actually the reaction has been mixed. the "los angeles times" came out quite heavily against it. >> they said it was not an appropriate choice. on the other hand, some of the twitters have been quite in favor of this saying thanks for talking about suicide and bringing it to the fore. >> you remember what the fallout -- is anybody playing the show for his suicide? >> i don't think anybody is blaming the show. but there's a lot of people who feel that the whole season should have been pulle
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